Timekeeping

How you track your leave at Emory depends on whether you are biweekly paid (non-exempt) or monthly paid (exempt).

Biweekly Paid Employees

If you are paid on a biweekly basis (in a non-exempt status), you are required to use Kronos Web Clocking to record your “in” and “out” timestamps for each day you work. A link to webclock.emory.edu is also available in Self-Service.

Instructions on using the Kronos Web Clocking system can be found here.

You will also use the Emory Timecard Adjustment System (ETAS) to:

  • Review your timecard for accuracy
  • Record missing punches
  • Record working through lunch
  • Edit existing punches
  • Attest your time worked is correct.
  • Request time off (if applicable)

More information can also be found on the Payroll Department's website:

Go to Payroll

Monthly Paid Employees (Exempt)

If you are paid on a monthly basis (in an exempt status), you will track your leave using the Exempt Leave Tracking System which can be accessed in Self-Service.

Managers of exempt employees also review and approve leave requests using the system.

To learn more about using the Exempt Leave Tracking System, view our FAQs.

Log in to the Exempt Leave Tracking System